1. Your mother must have a baby daddy 2. You must have worn Starter3. You play spades to the death4. Mama Nem' play bid wisk5. You must use the phrase Mama Nem'6. You must remember Martin and Living single7. You must know most or the words to the "Flava in ya Ear Remix"8. Your parents or grandparents used to have a jerry curl or Afro9. You must have stood in line or know know someone who has when a new pair of shoes came out10. You know how to do the electric slide, booty call, and dare I saw can follow instructions on the Cha Cha Slide11. There must be a picture of the Black Jesus in one of your relatives house
There is no one thing. Everyone, black, white, or whatever is an individual and nothing makes you any more or less black. The second you attach "meaning" to being black you fall into the trap of stereotypes and generalizations. Now, if you want to learn about the black experience or black history, then I can recommend a few good books for you to read. Class dismissed.